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salvado más de 300 vidas desde que comenzó. >> se puede ocupar el arte para ayudar a las personas. >> este joven conoce mucho de las pandillas y ayudo a generar una trgua entre pandillas rivales >> los jóvenes necesitan esa ayuda. >> y cuando ven a un teatro con esos temas captan más. >> y la obra esta basada en la vida de él. >> vivieron en carne propia y esto se podría convertir en algo que ayude a sanar a las pandillas. >> se puede crear un modelo en todo centro américa. >> y se puede ver esta obra hasta el 16 de septiembre. >> vale la pena asístir >> se detuvo a una decena de sospechosos y vemos como los arrestosa se llevaron en san francisco además del arreesto de una mujer en un vehículo, donde se encontró una pistola cargada- >> ambas víctimas estaban paradas en la banqueta cuando un condcutor se estrello contra un mnuro de contencion, >> vemos como este hombre abuso sexualmente de su novia. >> el hombre amenazo con un cuchillo para cometer la violación. >> un joven perdió ayer ka vida cuando filmaba un video de música rap. >> y después de intercambiar palabras uno de
and of course, which my good friend and our u.s. ambassador, gary locke, had washed over. not to mention that we're the home to the california institute of regenerative madison -- medicine. mission bay is a destination for those who want to make history in by a life sciences and biotech discoveries. -- vio lifbio life scientists ad biotech discoveries. u2 -- for making that a cause for future generations and we will discover in that corridor those live science drugs that will help us end these dreadful diseases for generations to come. thank you, lieutenant governor. [applause] i wanted to welcome the delegates who come here under the leadership of the vice minister and of course in his capacity as not only the vice ministry of commerce, but also the china investment and promotion agencies and to the many companies are here in attendance, you represent that cross-section of companies from diverse backgrounds and discipline throughout the bay area. i want to welcome you here to this great seminar to wish you a great conversation and an intelligent one, and one that hopefully will discuss the many
see the men lurking around. eventually he walked over to the 20 all nine chevrolet s u v. at that time he opened the door and put a knife to the woman's throat and physically pulled her out. >> that could be their mother, a grand mother and they just think about having fun. >>reporter: it does not end there. she looks it days and start walking away but the thief that is believed to be a black man in his 20 starts backing away but but not before hitting her. >> that is awful. and now. there is seems to be respect for everything a very unfortunate >>reporter: on the top right there is another black man getting into the passenger seat before they spread out of that parking lot. a debased by the car was found after two days in san francisco poorhouse paramedics treated her for minor injuries all of this was two weeks ago it was just released hoping it will help with information. they urged to call the san jose police department or the silicone valley crime stoppers and san jose. kron 4. >> a relatively mild day. temperatures were only in the 60s. the bay. low 70's for the south bay. 71 deg
temperatures. mostly whites for the fifties. by noon, '60s and '70s. afternoon highs in the '80s. temperatures will be: not to mix the '50s and '60s in the north bay. quarry he's " or for the inland valleys. mid-60's in downtown san francisco. upper 70's and low 80's in the north bay. for those of you had to the giants game, first pitch is that 5 05 p.m.. mostly clear conditions, mild and breezy with temperatures in the '50s in the '60s. here is a blog at your 7 day around the bay forecast. by thursday, low 90s inland, low seventies for the day and low-mid-60's at the coast with a lot of sunshine all week. for those of you who want more weather, news and traffic, judge tauber ended 24-7 news channel, comcast 193. >>ysabel: people in the washington d.c. area are cleaning up and surveying damage after severe weather rolled through yesterday. rain and wind made for a dangerous situation for those attending the annual jazz festival. the weather is toppled speak a word -- speakers and scaffolding. despite conditions, authorities say ever one was evacuated safely. the same weather systems is r
. we've got a good strong sea breeze out there, mostly 60s and 70s outside right now and signs of an even cooler finish to the weekend as we head into sunday's forecast. we'll have a look at that when we come right back. >>> the word is spreading quickly, but the results are still the same. still no sign of a missing college student from the east bay. he disappeared last sunday while tubing down the sacramento river, and now as nbc bay area's cheryl hurd reports, most of the lafayette community is coming together to make sure the search continues. >> reporter: casa gourmet burrito was packed by 7:00 friday night. those who came to the small restaurant in lafayette had one thing in mind, bring brett olson home. >> anything to bring him home. we need our boy to come home. he's a wonderful guy. he's amazing, beautiful family. just need to bring him home. >> reporter: a lafayette native and cal poly student was reported missing earlier this week. he spent labor day weekend with friends tubing down the sacramento river and was last seen 1:00 p.m. sunday when he arrived near chico to
are seeing a strong sea breeze taking shape this weekend which is starting to cool down temperatures. 50s and 60s outside. what that ocean air conditioning means for your sunday forecast coming up. >>> and the same virus blamed for the death of three yosemite tourists pops up in another state. how the hantavirus is linked to a reality tv show. good morning! wow. want to start the day with something heart healthy and delicious? you're a talking bee... honey nut cheerios has whole grain oats that can help lower cholesterol. and it tastes good? sure does! right... ♪ wow. delicious, right? yeah. it's the honey, it makes it taste so... ♪ well, would you look at the time... what's the rush? be happy. be healthy. looks like it's going to start a so little late...ng um, but i uh... (interupting) oh okay - okay yup that's fine. excuse me - sorry. yes! vo: from the new, to the hard to find: when it's on your mind, it's on ebay™. >>> in the wake of the deadly hantavirus outbreak in yosemite there's word of another infection in texas. a woman was infected while cleaning a home that was featured
partly cloudy and cool. lows mid 50s outside of beltway to mid 60s in downtown. bruce, back to you. >> anny, thanks a lot. chaotic scene at the prince georges county fair where some people were actually trampled and injured as authorities tried to evacuate an area. 400 to 500 people were gathered at the infield when the storm started rolling through. officials began moving the crowds to shelter in the nearby showplace arena. as the storms got closer, some people panicked. >> obviously everybody could see the weather coming on. as a matter of fact, the wind started to blow. people were told to evacuate and they were feeling that reason. they could see that reason. there was an urgency to leave the open air and get into a covered building, such as this one. >> 12 people were injured, four were taken to the hospital. tents and equipment were damaged. the fair will resume tomorrow. >>> people were scrambling to find shelter in an outdoor event in virginia as surae chinn report, strong winds brought down the stage injuring a worker there. >> more than a thousand people were out here
city. look at oakland, a struggle to get out of the 60s. we hit 63 degrees. it is all about the dewpoints running into the 50s. that will be the trend. dry air over the next five to six days. >> 71 for your temperature. falling back into the 60s and monday at 59 degrees starting out. >> we have one weather story to talk about, leslie, a huge storm. we'll talk about that seven-day forecast that you're going to love, in just a little bit. >> what a side weekend. baltimore came out to pay respects. several thousand people filed passed the casket of art modell this weekend. it was taken over by somber fans and music of frank sinatra. here is more. >> reporter: to be soothed by thousands of family members, it makes me feel elated. i could shrug out the door. >> all you done for baltimore, thank you. >> thanks for the memories. >> they lined up waiting for the gates to open at 11:00 saturday morning. no beer, hot dogs or cheering stands. the people like ben davis who wants to give his son and daughter a history lesson about their hometown. >> i tried teaching my kids about the his
on all three indices on thursday, following that announcement. the dow and s&p 500 hit three-year highs, and the nasdq posted a nearly 12-year high. stocks continued to rise on friday, and gm rose 10%, chchrysler, climbing 14%, compad to earthquake related supply disruptions last year. all of those companies came in ahead of expectations andhe annual sales rate in the u.s. now stands at 14.5 million cars. it is an extraordinarily busy and important week from the jobs numbers to the ecb plan. but there are plenty of other things to pay attention to, as well. joining me is the chief investment strategist, russ koesterich. thank you for joining us. >>> thank you. >> 96,000 jobs created, fewer than the market expected, but the unemployment rate did fall to 8.1%. what is your take on the numbers and the economy? >> unfortunately, it was a bad report on several fronts, even the drop in the unemployment rate was negative. i'll explain why in a moment. so you're below expectatitions job creation, the sharp slowdown from the rate in july. we're seeing the wes slow down. again, thi is a challenge
el proceso y quienes tienen que ser más cuidadosos. >>> así es, buenas tardes, estamos muy cerca de que se gire ya el primer permiso de acción diferida a algún joven. >>> ya estamos recibiendo las primeras aplicaciones. >>> los primeros jóvenes que sometieron sus aplicaciones están adelantados en el proceso, el departamento de inmigración tiene un proceso normal. >>> están actuando bastante rápido, esperamos que continúe lo de las huellas y después el permiso. >p>>pero hay otro grupo de solicitantes que tienen que estar atentos a su caso que tiene que ser visto rp un especialista. >>> como cada caso es independiente y personal los especialistas dicen que tgiene que ser una persona conocedora de leyes. >>> si tiene record criminal tienen que buscar un abogado especialista en record criminal. >>> cuál es de los mayores errores de las personas. >>> lo difícil es que muchas personas no recuerdan dónde han vivido desde que llegaron a estados unidos. >>> así que ya lo sabe, mientras unos van adelantados, otros tienen que poner mucho cuidado, univisión 14 punto com es el luga
fooling that announcement and the dow and s&p 500 getting three-year highs and nasdaq posted a nearly 12-year high. stocks continued to rise on friday. auto sales continue in high gear. gm rising 10% from a year ago. ford up 13%. chrysler criming 14% and toyota up a whopping 46%. that's compared to earthquake related supply disruptions last year. all came in ahead of expectations and annual sales rate stands at 14.5 million cars. >>> it is an extraordinarily busy and important week from the jobs numbers to the ecb plan but there are plenty of other things to pay attention to as well. joining me to talk about that is black rock's chief global investment strategist ross koesterich. let's start with the jobs numbers, 96,000 jobs created, fewer than the market expected but the unemployment rate did fall to 8.1%. what's your take on the numbers and what does it tell you about the economy? >> you know, this was a bad report. it was a bad report on several fronts and even the drop in the unemployment rate was negative. i'll explain why in a moment. you're below expectations an job creation and
- sorry. yes! vo: from the new, to the hard to find: >>> welcome back the winds u.s. open final has been delayed until today because of severe weather. yesterday's storms despondent to traders in the new york city area one to historic beachfront community of breezy 0.15 mi. southeast of manhattan a second followed moments later about 10 mi. away and residents said the they're pretty rattled. >>> we saw huge twister tornado coming at us with her manager said run into the room which circuit greenroom its concrete sweet just ran in there a lot of people were emotional crying and shook up. >>> at the u.s. open heavy rain and strong wind forced a delay in the late afternoon officials actually evacuated the stadium suspended matches until today and turning to the weather locally in the bay area we are expecting morning fog but it's going to recede giving way to sunshine later in the day. take a live look out side at ocean beach with not a lot of fog out there this hour of the temperatures are in the '50s all around the area covered 55 degrees and 55 at san francisco airport and here's the re
york city today. a tornado. see how that impacted the u.s. open. next. next.  . >>> severe weather toe across the northeast. this is a tornado in queens confirmed by the national weather service and another confirmed in brooklyn. no one was hurt, but plenty of damage and downed lines. fox's anna coinman has a closer look. >> reporter: severe weather is popping up along the east coast from the carolinas to new england. much of the northeast is under a tornado watch until later tonight, including new york city and the surrounding areas. and this is from breezy point in queens where firefighters reported to a -- some trees off and the general manager tells the associated press that it picked up industrial-sized metal trash bins and they have 350 reports of severe weather, including four dead and a child in oklahoma. tornados are a rarity in new york city and with some eight reported n. september 2010, two tornados ripped through the city. tearing down thousands of trees and leaving more than 30,000 people without power and one person di
. we had the sea breeze through the day today. inland saw highs in the low 80s. very cool for this time of year. only 80 in livermore. san jose, 71 degrees. 68 in oakland. 62 in san francisco and right now it's practically jacket weather in the trivalley. that's what you have with the winds coming in off the bay, 25-mile-per-hour winds in fairfield setting us up for a cool finish to the week, too. might have noticed the low clouds. we think they'll re-form on the coast tonight. and the big thunderstorms along the spine of this today, the moisture should stay off to the south and east. this area of low pressure offshore should keep the bay area under mainly a southwest air flow aloft limiting the monsoon moisture to southern california and the sierra. but it's going to keep the sea breeze going tomorrow. lots of 60s and 70s around the bay area, well inland out to the tri-valley and down around morgan hill. hour-by-hour forecast tomorrow, just like today, clearing at times on the coast. starting off with morning clouds and maybe misty guys around the peninsula and the coast for tomorrow m
at are the children are ages 2 and 3 and allocate to '40's. but they look now honors. the father is currently charged with kidnapping and child endangerment and parental affection. >>> educating next generation of american workers and our students but compared to students overseas >>> and back-to-school to be a headache for some kids and across from factors that could trigger a painful migraines in teenagers >>> a game delayed after a wicked weather system involves the best tennis players in the world >>> is an unusually cool and a bay area the past 24 hours. so after cool sunday, the changes are ahead. will have more of the details and a few minutes. >>> back-to-school could mean back to my dreams for some students and the doctor explains that factors triggering migraines and children and teenagers. >>> and back-to-school means reuniting with classmates and planning team sports and sometimes getting headaches. >>> cannot move your head and head its heavy the one to lay down and you feel like eating binges want to rest >>> he started getting migraines several times a week in which six years old >>> t
agents boats and planes and u.s. coast guard to bring the alleged parental abduction to a peaceful end. a coast guard cutter pulls up to a dock monterey ending a three day ordeal for two children on board brooklyn and devon or released to their mother the children's father christopher maffei taken into custody and faces charges of parental subduction the child endangerment and kidnapping >>> i'm so relieved when i heard they were found and save i hugged my devon, he comes up to me normally when he's here he sleeps with me, so he got in his regular spot and fell asleep >>> the ordeal began tuesday when the children's father took the children from his girlfriend's house and stole a boat from alameda and headed after golden gate and down to monterey the coast guard track the boat when it headed away from monterey the coast guard went into action >>> because of the terrain there is no place to get fuel or anchor but it was nighttime with two small children on board that wanted to ensure the safety of them >>> the cutter approach the boat with the father and two children on board >>> mr. ma
hill today. warm to 78 degrees. antioch, 70s right now. and san francisco, 55. our highlights next week, they include low clouds near the coast and bay tonight. it will turn cooler for your sunday afternoon, and then we'll rebound nicely with warming temperatures as we head into the middle part of next week. here's a look at our lows tonight. generally in the 50s. we may see a few mid-to-upper 40s, and extreme north bay communitie communities such as cloverdale and santa rosa, and the fog base will move in near the coast and the bay, and the culprit is this area of low pressure right here, the counterclockwise spin, it's going to push the low clouds and fog a little towards the coast and the bay overnight tonight, but it's also going to bring us a cooler air matches that's why temperatures for sunday will come down. i do want to pass along a couple advisories. a red flag warning from noon to 8:00, lake county, towards the sierra range. low relative humidity, less than 10%. and strong winds will pick out of the west. quite a bit of wave action. we do have a beach hazard advisory for stro
europeans arrived, 10 flags have flown over the territory. that's more than any other u.s. state. in 1519, spanish explorers planted their flag. they were followed by the french in 1682. later on, napoleon's tricolor was displayed. then, in 1763, great britain gained a foothold in the region. in 1810, local colonists united against the british under a flag known as "the bonnie blue." finally, in 1812, louisiana achieved statehood. it looked like the stars and stripes were here to stay. but with the civil war, louisiana withdrew from the union. it declared itself a republic -- with its own flag, of course, but two months later, it joined the confederacy. louisianans would live under two different confederate flags before the war ended. finally in 1912, louisiana adopted the flag we see today. >> the louisiana flag, i love, because it's a story of unconditional love. what the settlers saw, according to louisiana legend, when they first arrived there were these brown pelicans. and if food was scarce, what the mother pelicans would do was peck at their breasts until they bled, and they would
speak. news 4's darr sis spencer continues our team coverage from northwest washington. darcy? >> reporter: jim, we told you at 11:00 last night, pepco set a deadline to have 90% restored by tomorrow morning. they said they met this that goal this morning. you can see multiple trucks are here, utility trucks. they have to replacetility poles and there are lines down all over the street, so a lot of work to do before everyone gets back on. >> saturday afternoon, high winds and heavy rain caused scattered damage and a lot of power for thousands of residents in the region. today, the skies are bright as residents clean up and utility crews work to get the lights back on. on fairfield road in bethesda, crews were chopping up large trees that fell. neighbors said three trees had fallen as a result of summer storms. one resident had good things to say about pepco, which has been criticized. >> they've been here since 7:00 thisorning with multiple crews. >> reporter: in northwest d.c., a power pole fell dragging lines on to the street. crews have been here all day working to replace
bit of fog. a speck of it in santa rosa where numbers have dropped down into the 40s. today a narrow spread. we will see 60s to 80s instead of the mid-and upper 80s. you notice is well out into the valley. we have a system offshore that will generate a bit more of a breeze and cooler air filters in throughout the afternoon. temperatures will be a little cooler today. i'll tell you how long it is going to last because we have a warmup to talk about with our seven-day outlook a little later. carolyn. >> thank you, lisa. >> a walnut creek man has been charged with manslaughter after two women were struck last night with his truck. one died and one is in the hospital. police have identified the driver at 53-year-old hussein debe. rees. >> witnesses say about 6:30 the red chevrolet pickup truck came speeding south bound on north main street in walnut creek. a family of three was walking on the westbound side of the street. irene ward was walking when she saw the scene. >> she went into the people. and mom flew all the way from the corner here and the girls flew all the way to the parking
-- hostile so you get the claim that someone is acting in revenge against the u.s., for instance, that has to be understood in terms of an understanding of the u.s. where there is no possibility for not taking revenge because the u.s. has to be hostile. the clearest example of this was november of 1979 when a group of a fanatics took over the grand mosque in mecca. the u.s. embassy is burned and there is fires. khomeini made some comments that were broadcast that the u.s. was somehow responsible for this. what possibly would lead people to think that could be the explanation of an attack whabi fanatics text if you assume the u.s. is hostile to islam in general, maybe you can conclude that it was the u.s.. the fundamental fact, the assumption of inherent hostility -- in the case of the region's coming out of the hour but spring is we have to focus to the extent we can on the pragmatic issue of the future. whatever past animosity there is toward the u.s., we want them to think not in terms of how do i get back at the u. s? rather what use can i make of the u.s. to do the things i can't do n
, we will be close to that again. we should be in the upper 50's. 81 is a typical high. that is the target temperature of the next few days. the record today, 94 back in 1985. the box many 100's in anymore. the average low is 60. we're not going to be all but close to the record lows this week, but we are closer than we have been. on the boardwalk, 75. beautiful down there. park to an already downed 71. temperatures are beginning to fall off. frederick, 77. it really dry atmosphere. there is this area of high pressure that will be with us during the evening hours ending in. august has cleaned out. no storms nearby. there are some storms in the pacific northwest. this is a going away. again, this disturbance in canada will go away. tomorrow, that will t exist like it does today. everything is clean out for two- thirds of the country. the only unsettled is out in the mountains and along the west coast and then offshore. we really have a good forecast that will last a while. overnight tonight, clear skies, cooler than usual. 52-58 overnight with a light northeast, northwes
spots. 50s out into the mountains of west virginia. mid 60s in and around town thanks to a ton of early morning sunshine. nothing showing up on storm 4 radar now. couple of storms along the outer coastline. those are quickly taking leave of us. if you're enjoying your sunday, first pitch for the nationals a and the marlins at 1:30 this afternoon. 77 degrees. near perfect, cooler, less humid than yesterday and no two-hour rain delay during this game unless yesterday. a beautiful morning will lead to the partly sunny afternoon. chances of five or ten minute long showers up in the high spots. but in town, nothing to worry about. temperatures in the 70s today as opposed to 91 and humid yesterday. >> chuck, thanks. >>> the national weather service is looking into reports of two possible tornados in northern virginia. >> the storm caused major damage in parts of fairfax county. news4's chris gordon is live in reston where residents are cleaning up this morning. i was out that way yesterday and trees blocked off roadways. it looks like a mess out there now. >> that's right, angie and richard.
's good for the united states. it's good for the global economy. three successive u.s. administrations worked steadily to advance russia's wto aspirations. we strongly support the basic bargain at the heart of the wto. >> she went on to say the obama administration would work closely with congress to lift cold war-era trade sanctions on russia so u.s. businesses could benefit from russia's new wto membership. the 1974 amendment restricted trade with the soviet union over its human rights record. clinton also met with japan's prime minister today. >>> in afghanistan a suicide bomber detonated explosives near the nato headquarters in kabul today and six people were reportedly killed. nbc's atia abawi has the latest. >> reporter: it's an area where isaf and the u.s. embassy and camp eggers and other foreign embassies are located. >> it's a clear sign that the insurgency is not caring at all about the civilian population and they're misusing teenagers for their brutal attacks. >> reporter: the taliban quickly claimed responsibility for the attack. they say they were targeting a covert cia
into the 40s this morning and slightly cooler with a gradual warmup into next week. i'll bring you the numbers. we have a red flag warning for part of lake conti. i'll touch of that coming up. >>> today is the second anniversary of the deadline pipeline explosion in san berno. ally has the latest. >> reporter: neighbors will come together today for a ceremony later this afternoon to remember the second anniversary of the pipeline disaster happening exactly two years ago today and when it happened, eight people lost their lyes and 38 homes were completely destroyed but the neighborhood made big strides. construction still lines where 38 homes were destroyed and eight have been rebuilt like the yellow house. that was one of the first rebuilt as people moved back in earlier this year. 12 homes are another stage of construction and of the 17 homes badly damaged, half of those are also being repaired. the national transportation safety board determined the cause of the explosion was a defective weld in the natural gas pipeline through the neighborhood. the ntsb found pg&e and californi
we are in the front line but it will come to the shores of the u.s.. iran is a threat to the american people. >> i think a lot of us are concerned that israel is not the primary target. it is what your book talks about. israel is the big satan but they see the u.s. as big satan and ultimate target. whaps to israel is a precoursor to the united states. iran said they will wipe israel off of the map. >> it is clear. they are not hiding. first they go after the jew in israel and after that we'll go after the sunday people the christians . what we are seeing today, it is not a real partnership. you defend with your friend and allies and the window of opportunity will be closed on us. and israel will have to act by itself it is harder but we can't wight forever. when you have a leader who is full of hatred against the jewish people you can't wait to see if he is serious or not. >> democrats have been very strong for israel both democratic presidents and members of the congress who are democrats are very, very strong for israel and most remain so. the difference is not in the members of the
and that's going to allow for numbers to be in a more narrow range. notice those 90s are a little bit further reaching to the east and we will talk about how long the cooling trend will last in a few minutes. carolyn. >> thank you, lisa. a walnut creek man has been charged with vehicular manslaughter after his pickup truck struck two women who were talking walking on the sidewalk last night. within victim died at the scene, the other in the hospital. she's in the hospital right now. police have identified the driver as 53-year-old jose debreesi. abc7 news reports. >> witnesses say about 6:30 the red chevrolet pickup truck came speeding south bound on north main street in walnut creek. a family of three was walking on the westbound side of the street. irene was walking when she saw the scene. >> she went into the people. and mom flew all the way from the corner here and the girls flew all the way to the parking lot. >> the mother died apparently on impact. her body lies at least 40 feet from where the truck struck her and another female. the injured woman was taken to a local hospital
. warm to 78 degrees. antioch, 70s right now. and san francisco, 55. our highlights next week, they include low clouds near the coast and bay tonight. it will turn cooler for your sunday afternoon, and then we'll rebound nicely with warming temperatures as we head into the middle part of next week. here's a look at our lows tonight. generally in the 50s. we may see a few mid-to-upper 40s, and extreme north bay communities such as cloverdale and santa rosa, and the fog base will move in near the coast and the bay, and the culprit is this area of low pressure right here, the counterclockwise spin, it's going to push the low clouds and fog a little towards the coast and the bay overnight tonight, but it's also going to bring us a cooler air matches that's why temperatures for sunday will come down. i do want to pass along a couple advisories. a red flag warning from noon to 8:00, lake county, towards the sierra range. low relative humidity, less than 10%. and strong winds will pick up out of the west. quite a bit of wave action. we do have a beach hazard advisory for strong rip c
of a struggling economy. now it used to be that the democratic party was the glum party. in the 1970s and 1980s, democratic party leaders often criticized the country relentlessly for its behavior at home and abroad, for its inequities and injustices, think of civil rights and vietnam. the democrats' jeane kirkpatric said at the 1984 republican convention, always blame america first. but today, it is the republican party that often seems angry with america. >> we deserve better. >> read the best-selling books by conservatives these days, s watch fox news, or attend a tea party rally. they're filled with rage. often combined with a powerful nostalgia for an america that has gone away. ronald reagan was the essential optimist. he advocated radical change from the 1970s liberalism, but he was very comfortable with america of the 1970s. from hollywood to california in general, where he was a popular governor. reagan was said to be three parts optimism and one part nostalgia. recently the formula seems to have been inverted. in 1996, bob dole gave an astonishing speech that attacked those who believ
into the lower 40s to start out. and that fog, some patches of it across the bay into our east bay. but by the afternoon we will see more sunshine, but the temperatures, yeah, you are going to definitely going to not a cool down. look at the 90s there. they are more widespread. more 80s for the extreme eastern portion of our bay. so we are talking about a cool down of anywhere from two to six degrees today. the onshore flow kicks up, and that means a sea breeze at our coast. we will talk about the particulars coming up and how long this cool down will stick around. carolyn. >> lisa, thank you. a walnut creek man has been charged with vehicular manslaughter after his pickup truck struck two women who were talking walking on the sidewalk last night. one victim died at the scene, the other in the hospital. police have identified the driver at 5 13-year-old jose. abc7 news reports. >> witnesses say about 6:30 the red chevrolet pickup truck came speeding south bound on north main street in walnut creek. a family of three was walking on the westbound side of the street. irene ward was wa
temperatures in the upper 70s to low 80s. that's comfortable in the afternoon especially with the low humidity. we just have a few clouds this morning but all those clearing out to mostly sunny skies into the afternoon. much of the seven day looks the same. details in the insta weather plus forecast. >> sounds good. >>> mean time, we begin with severe storms that moved through not just our area saturday afternoon but also washington, d.c. and virginia. storm left behind a number of power outages in our viewing area. around 21,000 customers lost power and they are working to restore service. so far crews have restored power to 19,000 customers. at last check, over 1600 remain without power this morning. >>> take a look at this picture of a water spout on the chesapeake. it was sent to you by viewer alex schweitzer. we're also told one police officer at sandy point park spotted a funnel cloud. his police cruiser was damaged in the storm, but he wasn't hurt. >>> well, during the storm in prince georges county, more than a dozen people were injured as they rushed for the exits at that time show ar
the u.s. coast guard to chase down the alleged kidnapper and stolen sailboat to bring the children home. a coast guard cutter pulls up to a dock monterey ending a three day ordeal for two young children on board brooklyn and devon or held for examination before released to their mother their father christopher maffei taken into custody facing charges of child endangerment and kidnapping >>> i'm so relieved they were found and safe i hugged my devon he comes up to me normal when he's here he sleeps with me to get in the regular spot and fell asleep >>> the ordeal began tuesday when the children's father took the children from his girlfriend's house stall a yacht from alameda and headed down the coast towards monterey a coast guard planned track the boat when headed away from monterey but the coast guard went into action. >>> because of the terrain of the coastline is no place to get fuel or anchor sell it was nighttime and with two small children on board the wanted to ensure their safety >>> the cutter approach the boat with the father and children on board >>> mr. maffei allowed the co
was in office, u.s. gdp was at 3.9%. under president reagan, it was at 3.4%, and fdr had a gdp rate of 8.4% during that time that he was in office. compare that with the forecast of 2.3% for our economy in 2013, and the anemic 1.7% that we saw in the most recent quarter. now kevin hassett is an economic adviser to mitt romney, he's the author, one of the authors of this 12 million jobs in four years claim. very patient man because he keeps coming back to discuss this with me. kevin, we have been down this road twice -- >> you'll get it right sooner or later. >> fair enough, that's why we talk about it. we've been down this road twice before on this show and you haven't given me more than generalities as to how mitt romney n an economy that is expected to go 2.3% in his first year in office, gets anywhere close to these job creation numbers. martin feldstein just said we cannot put a dent in job creation unless we have higher economic growth. >> sure. well, i think that the higher economic growth is absolutely the key, and if you go back to what stephanie cutter said, she said, you know,
development in the u.s. was the decision by the sec to back off on money-market funds. do you see that -- we had some regulatory actions on banks, chartered banks, each less. money markets are part of the shadow banking system and the sec says we can't do it. what happens next? >> this is a very important issue to address. they have made the case already that money market funds are a systemic issue. i think there has been a lot of work around that and consensus around that. some of it than by people in the audience here. i think the fact that that sec has been able to address this -- one of the things it was put into place to do was addressed these situations where you have a stomach tissue that is not being addressed by the primary regulator. now this is very much on the agenda. i think it has to be. there is obviously a complicated set of questions about how you do it. one option is to put it back to the sec by making a designation as a whole. the first response would be to put the onus on the sec to address this issue again, which may be the right way to go. you could also designate money
but they have a big mess to clean up. nearby, the u.s. open suspended play and fans streamed out of the tennis center to escape the potential danger. farther out of new jersey, rutgers football fans ran for cover. the size of the storm caught weather experts offguard. >> it was way off, about seven, eight times average the number of reports. stormed occurred ahead of a cold front spanning from canada to gulf of mexico. >> reporter: pockets of destruction as far south as fairfax, virginia. a dozen people were hurt and four hospitalized as hundreds ran for cover in prince georges county, maryland. these are not the classic wedge tornadoes you see in the plains, a mile wild. these were small, especially near breezy point. widest point of 50 feet. to be honest, it was smaller, no less terrifying. >> recommend >> reynolds wolf with the weather channel, thank you. >>> we were talking about weather. now we're going to turn to politics and the race for white house, mitt romney and president obama are pounding the street across the nation. david gregory got a chance to sit down with romney on saturday
6 people. u.s. officials said if the bomber was in fact a young teen it shows the insurgents are willing to use quote the most impressionable and vulnerable. the taliban claimed the bomber was in his 20s. >>> in southwestern china falling boulders continue to cause fear after yesterday's earthquakes claimed the lives of at least 80 people. rescue crews used dogs to search for survivors. more than 200,000 people were evacuated after the quakes toppled thousands of homes. some of china's poorest people live where it hit. >>> in nicaragua. plumes of ash and smoke spread into the sky. it could be seen for miles. authorities say about 3000 people have been told to leave their homes. >> doctors say a's pitcher is progressing after suffering that skull fracture. on wednesday he it was struck right in the head by a line drive. he underwent two hours of surgery to relieve pressure on his brain. 49ers linebacker patrick willis sent this tweet after the incident. quote, sorry to hear about what happened. i know you are a huge 49er fan. our prayers are with you. get well. today mccarthy
been with the department since 2007 was assigned to the deparrtengo.s dg unit program. he and his partner graduated following a 24-wetwo training program over the summer with the new castle, delaware police depaparment. he is the second police officer to die this week. another died in a car accident on his way home from work. armetta was a husband and father of a young girl who turns one on monday. >> he loved that little girl. everyone can help her understand in the future how much he loved her. >> again, the cause of his death is under investigation and funeral arrangements are being made. >> right now, we'll hear from john and it was a wild afternoon. >> it was. i thought it would be more severe than it was, but nonetheless, it's all right. seems like the d.c. area and up north cure hght the worst of it what is going to follow is awfully nice. we will talk agreaut a great >> the national weather service has confirmed two tornadoes touched down in the in brooklyn and queens. a driver was shocked as one of the tornadoes crossed the road. wow! the twisters knocked down power lines
. this will slowly move in our direction and by midweek, our temperatures will be back into the lower and middle '80s. compared to yesterday at this time when we have a cold front that moved through, we are 10 degrees warmer. we lost about 25 degrees and the matter of one hour yesterday as a cold front charged off toward the east. you can see it is now well offshore. that influence their day for today, tomorrow and for the week. it looks like our next best chance of showers will, until the end of the upcoming weekend. these guys are beginning to clear to the rest of us -- to the west of us. plenty of sunshine for the next 40 minutes or so. look for mainly clear skies overnight. temperatures in the '50s. we could see forties' out to the west. warming up nicely in that afternoon. a repeat performance on tuesday. starting: ending the day on a nice, warm note. a wide spread and temperatures with winds of the northwest. tomorrow looks absolutely wonderful. 77 to 82 degrees. the extended outlook calls for highs in the '80s for the upcoming week. nighttime lows from the '50s to the lower 60s
in the 70s at this time yesterday have fallen back into the 50s this morning. as a result, it is crisp and cool outside. current temperatures are mostly in the 50s and low 60s now. remember, this time yesterday a lot of spots were well into the 70s. not a completely clear sky yet, but clearing is the trend of the day. 62 at national airport, but 58 waldorf this morning. 55 culpepper. and 55 in martinsville and inwood, up in the panhandle of west virginia. as far as the rest of the day goes, i think you'll like it a whole lot. a couple of showers for your friends out in delaware. but not too much of a threat around here. near perfect day to be outside today. 77 degrees, cooler and less humid. there will be a chance for a little five or ten minute spot shower, especially north and west of town up into parts of southern pennsylvania. don't really think we have to worry much about that around town. but a spot shower or two. tomorrow, there's an absolutely positively zero percent chance of rain for everybody. isn't that nice to hear? >> i like it. thanks, chuck. >> and when chuck was talkin
is amazingly detailed, yet remarkably historic accountu of rrthe worst national disaster in u.s. history, that of courset is they, w galveston hurricane f 1900. life america at theoa turn of the century and the destruction of the city which du was at the time the jewel of th, south.who joi us it was new york city to be ofe a the gulf coast. he meticulously documented thetl stories, the author that strength us here today brings t0 life and human drama and survival of the hurricane thate8 slammed into galveston almost 100 years ago today, actuallyfos 400 years ago coming up on september 8th. the answer given that it is the 100 evers rate coming up, this is a great time for us to look back on the tragedy that unfolded, and the nonfiction yu account of erik larsen. now before i introduce his work and how he went aboutanatmy o researching this nonfiction work, i want to take a few minutes to discuss hurricanes,an the anatomy of hurricanes, howhw we go about tracking ofright afd forecasting and i also want to step back inal time to actually show some footage the was taken right after the damag
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